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Retro | Authentic

In many areas, the term retro denotes appearances that are specifically linked to older traditions or characteristics. The term vintage is also discussed in this context. Photo: Cody Hiscox (

21 Albums

Authentic and retro: On "90s Fantasy Game Scores", Kyle McHattie and Michael Worth revive the fantastic worlds of popular role-playing classics from the nineties in the typical Rompler soundscape of the time. The perfect, nostalgic soundtrack to accompany the adventures of yesterday's as well as today's pixel heroes and heroines.

These 10 tracks take the listener on a journey to the heart of 1960s Brazil. Full of warmth, joie de vivre and sensuality, this album is suitable as an accompaniment for documentaries, travel magazines or cooking shows.

These 12 blues tracks will take you deep into American music culture. Influenced by the most well-known representatives of fingerstyle, folk and delta blues, they give travel documentaries and historical reports the right musical touch.

Musically varied tracks, not only for reality TV and entertaining documentaries. From blues rock to passionate tango to emotional instrumental pop, there is something for everyone here - as befits a good flea market.

These groovy, funky retro tracks deliver the perfect sound for a world populated by femmes fatales, smartly dressed gangsters and cool investigators. With their iconic instrumentation they take us to the big cities of the 60s and 70s.

Boris Fogelman's compositions for piano and string ensemble are timeless masterpieces that convey a range of emotions to the audience. From solemn to playful, from melancholy to lighthearted, they share their thorough compositional craftsmanship and thoughtful instrumentation. Fogelman's waltzes are proof of the versatility the classical musical form of the waltz actually possesses and his non-waltz pieces on the album are made with equal care and musicianship. Recorded with musicians of the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, great sopranos and some musicians outside the Orchestra.

These stylishly produced electronica tracks build a bridge from the trendy retro sound of the 1980s to contemporary electronic sounds. They are ideal for documentaries and podcasts on artificial intelligence, new technologies, science fiction and retrofuturistic computer worlds.

Four decades back in time! Enjoy the old analog synthesizer sounds of the Moog-, Roland- and ARP systems of the 70s and 80s. This album was produced exclusively with old analog devices. Immerse yourself in a sonic world that is so popular in present series like "Stranger Things", "Dr Who" and "Mr. Robot". Futuristic and timeless!